Protect your future
We can now offer Income Protection Plus insurance to all our members. It could provide you with peace of mind that you would continue to receive a regular income if you become unable to practise due to illness or injury. You can tailor a plan that suits your personal circumstances.
YourHalo - caring for your health and wellbeing
As a valued member, you have free current access to a confidential support service that is available 24/7. If you need someone to talk to or feel yourself needing support, please act now and find out how we can support you.
New Insight Secondary magazine
Read the latest issue of our digital secondary care magazine, where an MDDUS survey highlights how a lack of adequate food for junior doctors at work is putting patient safety at risk. We also offer advice on safe delegation, when it’s okay to alter patient records and addressing staff burnout.
Here when you need us
Advice from leading medico- and dento-legal experts 24/7, 365 days a year
Access to professional indemnity against claims which arise from the practice of medicine and dentistry
Advice & support
Advice, representation and legal support for disciplinary matters, GMC/GDC hearings and CIs/FAIs
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Advice and support when you need it
MDDUS provides access to some of the UK's most experienced experts in the medico- and dento-legal fields. They understand the challenges you face on a daily basis. They’re here to help you deal with difficult situations efficiently and expertly.
Our medical advisory team is made up of doctors and practice managers with specialist medico-legal experience. They are available to provide advice and support 24/7.
Our dental advisory team are all dentists with specialist dento-legal experience, providing members with 24-hour advice and support.
Resources for healthcare professionals
Our resource library offers a wide range of information on legal, regulatory and clinical risk, as well as news, features and case studies. Read some of our recent articles or click below to browse all resources.
There has been a growing trend of doctors being asked for, or providing their professional opinion outside the clinical setting, such as on social media platforms. So is it okay to give advice in this way? Medical adviser Dr Roopinder Brar offers practical advice.
A patient covertly records a dental consultation and posts it on social media. Is this within their rights?
Risk adviser Kay Louise Grant offers advice on handling unfavourable online comments.
Mediator Owen Bubbers-Jones shows how simple, tested tools can help nip any conflict in the bud.